Loulou is a selection of extracts from the unpublished journals of Lewis Harcourt. Harcourt was the constant companion and confidential secretary of Sir William Harcourt, his father, who was home secretary and chancellor of the exchequer in the last three of Gladstone’s four Liberal governments. This journal extracts, written during the years 1880 to 1895, document the political, social, and personal thoughts of a young politician.
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About the Author
Patrick Jackson worked in British government service until his retirement in 1989 and since then has devoted himself to historical research and writing, specializing in Victorian parliamentary politics.